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Nawazuddin Siddiqui to be protagonist in Phobia 2; thriller to explore fear of flying
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Nawazuddin Siddiqui to be protagonist in Phobia 2; thriller to explore fear of flying

Nawazuddin Siddiqui has been finalised to play the lead in Phobia 2. The film will explore aviophobia, which is the fear of flying.

Phobia 2 to explore fear of flying, male protagonist to replace Radhika Apte in sequel
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Phobia 2 to explore fear of flying, male protagonist to replace Radhika Apte in sequel

The first part of Phobia, that released two years ago, saw Radhika Apte suffering from agarophobhia - the fear of open or public spaces.

Radhika Apte says India is afraid of sexuality, physicality; talks about upcoming film 'Pad Man'
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Radhika Apte says India is afraid of sexuality, physicality; talks about upcoming film 'Pad Man'

Radhika Apte talks about the country's negative attitude about sexuality and menstruation.

Best Hindi Films of 2016: A year of courage, risk-taking stars and defying convention
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Best Hindi Films of 2016: A year of courage, risk-taking stars and defying convention

Kapoor & Sons, Neerja, Nil Battey Sanatta, Phobia, Raman Raghav 2.0 and Fan are among the best films of 2016, according to Anna Vetticad.

Beyond Dangal, and Pink: Five feminist and sexist Bollywood films of 2016
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Beyond Dangal, and Pink: Five feminist and sexist Bollywood films of 2016

Celebrate films like Neerja, Dear Zindagi and Phobia for showcasing how feminism can fluidly make its way to mainstream cinema. But also shame those films that reveled in regressive sexism in 2016.

Five Bollywood films you should have watched in 2016 (but probably didn't)
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Five Bollywood films you should have watched in 2016 (but probably didn't)

Amid the glory of the year’s most popular Bollywood films, there were a few that didn’t quite get the appreciation they deserved. Here are Bollywood's underrated films of 2016.

Alia Bhatt, Manoj Bajpayee, Radhika Apte: Here are the best performances of 2016
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Alia Bhatt, Manoj Bajpayee, Radhika Apte: Here are the best performances of 2016

2016 saw contemporary themes over shine glamour and heroism (Udta Punjab and Phobia), and when true stories touched our hearts (Sarbjit and Aligarh).

Akira's 20 cr box office collection: How it compares to 2016's heroine-centric films
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Akira's 20 cr box office collection: How it compares to 2016's heroine-centric films

How does Akira's opening weekend box office collection compare to other heroine-centric films from 2016, like Neerja, Jai Gangajaal, Sarbjit and Happy Bhag Jayegi?

Radhika Apte on 'Kabali' role: 'To be paired with Rajinikanth has been incredible'
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Radhika Apte on 'Kabali' role: 'To be paired with Rajinikanth has been incredible'

In this exclusive chat with Firstpost, Radhika Apte talks of Kabali, starring opposite Rajinikanth, and more

Udta censors: Rape rap in 'Housefull 3' is 'UA' but realism in a grim film is 'A'
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Udta censors: Rape rap in 'Housefull 3' is 'UA' but realism in a grim film is 'A'

Censor Board, which went ballistic over the drug abuse and politics featured in Udta Punjab has no qualms about clearing Housefull 3’s rape rap.

The Firstpost Show: Radhika Apte, Pawan Kripalani talk 'Phobia', strip clubs
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The Firstpost Show: Radhika Apte, Pawan Kripalani talk 'Phobia', strip clubs

Radhika Apte, Pawan Kripalani reveal their secrets on The Firstpost Show.

'Phobia' review: Radhika Apte gives the best performance of the year
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'Phobia' review: Radhika Apte gives the best performance of the year

Phobia is a strangely satisfying psychological thriller with one of the best performances of the year so far from Radhika Apte.

'Phobia' has the potential to break the Indian horror stereotype, says Radhika Apte
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'Phobia' has the potential to break the Indian horror stereotype, says Radhika Apte

Phobia is the first Bollywood film where I'm playing the solo lead, says Radhika Apte